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Ben Carson: Obama May See Protests Against His Lack of Response

By    |   Monday, 09 Feb 2015 07:50 PM

Anti-war protests are all too familiar, but President Barack Obama might just see the exact opposite over his failure to take on Islamic extremism, Dr. Ben Carson said.

"He may be the first president to have people protesting against his lack of adequate response, recognizing that in the long run this will endanger not only us but the entire world," Carson said Monday on Fox News Channel's "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren."

"Having a leader who doesn't seem to understand what a basic schoolchild might understand is somewhat worrisome," Carson said.

Obama is under fire from Republicans and some in his own party for refusing to use the term "radical Islam" and for his Thursday speech at the National Prayer Breakfast in which he said Christians should not get on a "high horse," thinking that no evil acts have ever been committed in the name of their religion.

Carson is considering a run for president himself in 2016. He told Van Susteren that if he were commander in chief, he would use every resource available to eradicate the threat while it is still in its adolescent stage.

"That means using banking facilities, using every military apparatus that we have," Carson said. "Recognizing where their source of income comes from and trying to shut that off. That might include oil."

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